Wacom’s Cintiq pen displays are excellent and have build quality akin to what they’d put into their Intuos products years ago. I don’t want nor need a pen display. I’ve used a tablet since 1999 and can draw on it as well as I can on paper. I already have 3 displays and don’t need another that I can only use when painting.
It’s astounding how terrible Wacom’s tablets have gotten. I use a Wacom 4 XL at home that works as well as it did when I bought it and can’t be replaced because no one makes a tablet that big that isn’t a pen display. Elsewhere I use a Wacom Pro L that was bought a year ago and has a worn spot in the middle where it can’t read the pen as well.
The new Sonic image is either fake, a stupid early mockup image, or the product of a completely inept production company that does not employ professional artists. Just take a few seconds to analyze how it is constructed. The edges are messy; the fur texture is just photoshopped on; and the highlights and shading are done with overlay and multiply layers with simple white and black. There's no adherence to color theory in it at all.
Wish I had the heart to tell these people that the ghost image they’re seeing isn’t true cyan because of variations in color output on displays that most likely aren’t calibrated and if using Windows aren’t even correctly color managed.
If this is Apple's true plan (and if the shit marzipan apps in Mojave are any indicator) this combined with the shit hardware they keep releasing will be the death of macOS.
Run the original WorldWideWeb in a browser tab! My website is quite usable in it. https://worldwideweb.cern.ch/browser/ (sorry put the wrong link in the last one)
I find it hilarious Opera's redesigning the browser to look like Vivaldi.
"Their calendars were not working. Nor were campus maps that help people find their co-workers. They were unable to check Facebook’s latest shuttle bus schedule. And they could not see what the company’s cafeterias were serving for lunch."
Too bad there aren't any open standards that do all of these things for you without the need for "apps".
Web dev discourse
If you were ever in doubt that the web dev community on Twitter had a strong misogynistic streak, seeing how guys (and it's generally guys) respond differently to the same observation when it's made by a woman dispels that doubt pretty quickly.
(Twitter web dev discourse is an unmitigated trashfire where the phrase "A List Apart types" has unironically become synonymous with Luddite.)
It is in our best interest as developers and users to work together in the fediverse.
Pixelfed is not competing with Mastodon or any other fedi project. The amount of MAU the whole fediverse has is under 1m users. A drop in the bucket compared to centralized, corporate, social media.
(MAU = Monthly Active Users)
Designer & Illustrator. Opera Software alum. Ook!